Paralysed fundraiser Claire Lomas MBE has completed her toughest challenge to date at the Simplyhealth Great South Run, by walking the 10 miles over 24 hours in a bionic suit.
Claire, who was left paralysed from the chest down 10 years ago, crossed the finish line in Portsmouth this morning.
She was aided by the revolutionary Rewalk Suit, that allows her to walk by tilting her pelvis.
Claire started her #10in24 challenge on Sunday along with 20,000 other runners and continued throughout the day and night with no sleep.
A full day after setting off, Claire crossed the finish line on Clarence Esplanade, cheered on by hundreds of supporters.
Claire has already raised over £500,000 for the Nicholls Spinal Injury Foundation and hopes that tens thousands further can be added to the total through her challenge.
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Thousands took part in this year's Great South Run - and one fundraiser in particular made an outstanding effort with a 24 hour challenge.
The sun is shining and the winds have dropped after Storm Brian - Good luck to everyone running in and supporting the Great South Run